Listen: Ketamine, Stanford And Stanford Healthcare discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"Ketamine has been recommended as a new depression treatment by the FDA KCBS can foster says a study being done at Stanford is showing promise for some patients. Get Amine is a variation of the drug ketamine, which is also abused as a recreational party drag with the street name special k Dr Nolan Williams psychiatrist at Stanford healthcare and director of the brain stimulation lab at Stanford says the drug as a nasal spray has worked for some patients. It is a treatment kind of your Mark for people that have what we call treatment resistant depression. What that means is that they've failed all of the standard antidepressants like Prozac, those sorts of drugs. The nasal spray takes effect within three to four hours. The hope is the spray can help the thirty to forty percent of patients with major depression who don't respond to anti. Prescence Kim foster KCBS millennials"